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At least 12 injured from car crashing into shop in Australia's Sydney

May 21, 2020

Sydney (Australia), May 21: At least 12 people were injured after a car crashed into a shop in Sydney's southwest on Thursday afternoon.
New South Wales (NSW) police and emergency services were called to the scene of the crash in Greenacre where a Subaru SUV slammed into a retail store, Hijab House, shortly after 3:00 p.m. local time.
The police said in a statement that the SUV crashed into a vehicle stopped at the traffic lights before continuing into a nearby shop.
"The male driver and 11 pedestrians have been injured and are currently being treated at the scene," the statement said.
"However, their injuries are not believed to be life-threatening."
Officers from Bankstown Police Area Command rushed at the scene and are conducting inquiries.
NSW Police said investigators did not believe the crash was related to terrorism and there was no threat to the community as a result of the incident.
Source: Xinhua News Agency